* Seek congressional intervention; not ruling out lawsuit * Obama latest fuel rule proposal due out in weeks * Auto dealers are "heavy hitter" contributor to lawmakers By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Oct 31 (Reuters) - U.S. auto dealers are working to undo the Obama administration's fuel efficiency agenda, replacing car companies that for years kept such mandates at bay with the help of allies in Congress. The car industry is facing dramatic new standards ...
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